Minimum 3.00 GPA (on a 4 point system) and an earned baccalaureate degree are required to be admitted to the Graduate School.
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Scores.
Minimum scores, verbal and quantitative combined, are 300 on the current scale. A minimum writing score is 3.
Send copy of scores to UConn using the code 3915
Three letters of recommendation.
At least one reference is required from a professor who has taught you in college and whom can speak to your potential for success in an AuD program.
Additional letters of recommendation will be accepted from one or more of the following sources: academic advisor, audiologist, instructor, or employer.
Responses to essay prompts noted in the application (Upload is available under the “Speech Language and Hearing” Section)
A resume (Upload is available under “Essay and Documents” Section)
Unofficial copies of academic transcripts from all undergraduate institutions
If at the time of applying your transcripts do not include your most recent academic semester, please upload the transcript without the Fall grades and then resubmit the transcript when the Fall grades have been calculated.
Demonstrated English proficiency is required of all applicants whose first language is not English.
The deadline to take the TOEFL exam is January 1 of the year that you are applying to start the program. A TOEFL score of 550 paper-based, 207 computer-based or 79 internet-based or better is required. If the non-native speaker of English applicant is to hold a teaching assistantship, he or she must also pass Pearson’s Versant™ English test (Phone Pass) with an overall score of 65+.
Observation hours are not required for admission, however we do look for applicants to have an understanding of the field of audiology and clear career goals to ensure that audiology is an appropriate fit and that the student is motivated to succeed in the program.
On-campus interview: Select candidates will be invited to an on-campus interview following the application review. The interview is an opportunity for applicants to share their experiences, discuss future goals, and add a personal touch to their application.